Fifteen years ago I identified as a crossdresser. I still do, I suppose, but I prefer t-girl. I think bi-gender might be a more fitting label, however all these titles fall under identifying as transgender, in my opinion.
Regardless, I went from strictly underdressing to, well, who I am today. I still underdress, but as I started to add makeup and clothes that weren’t panties and lingerie, I wanted to look as good as I could in dresses and pencil skirts. I never thought I would want to wear padding or shape enhancers, but I have been completely won over with my Jolie Thigh Pads from the Breast Form Store. The look is amazing, and feeling my curvier shape is incredible. I look more natural when I wear them, as seen in the photo below.
I have worn corsets in the past and I have always loved how sexy they looked, but I wasn’t wearing them for the practical purpose of obtaining a more hourglass look or a trimmer waist. That changed when I received my Dita Corset from Glamorous Corset a few months ago. Pairing the corset with my thigh pads and breast forms achieves a shapelier look beyond anything I could have hoped for.
Seasoning a corset takes time and dedication. I got used to wearing it in male mode, but like underdressing, I was always conscious of it being visible under my clothes. The lacy edging of my panties or my bra strap is one thing, but a corset is a little different.
Glamorous Corset is here to help with some tips for ‘stealthing’, basically how to wear a corset in public. I thought this would be helpful for those of us who underdress in male mode. It certainly was helpful to me.